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All options of an any element XXX are available from your program by Options[XXX] or AbsoluteOptions[XXX]. To change any options you can use SetOptions[XXX, OptionName->OptionValue] Unfortunately not all options has clear explanation in Mathematica help system..
Yes, it is possible: The idea is to look at the underlying cell expressions in the documentation for those string property tables. As I said already in my comment above, basically we have two different situations here: the trend since Mathematica V6 that many options are not symbols any more but rather strings. function arguments, that are given ...
Here's something to get you started. It opens the documentation notebook and looks for a table row containing the appropriate string. I haven't tested it thoroughly so there are sure to be problems: findInDocs[s_Symbol, p_String] := fID[ToString[s], "\"" <> p <> "\""] findInDocs[s_Symbol, p_Symbol] := fID[ToString[s], ButtonBox[ToString@p, __]] ...
From what I've read here on MSE, it is not possible to create a default WindowSize for new notebooks. To cope with this efficiently, I've created the following palette which others might find handy as well. The result looks like this: And the full code is: (* Screen sizing buttons *) fullscreen = Button[Text[Style["Full Screen", Small, FontFamily ...
I reported a problem with Opener and Appearance option, this is the reply: [CASE:2678632] Feedback [...] There is an 'Appearance' issue on the Windows platform and it has been reported already. [...] So I believe it is a subject to change. As a temp. replacement: opF = Opener@False~Rasterize~(ImageSize -> 12); opT = ...
The dialog presented by the File > Print Settings... menu allows each of the four page margins, left, right, bottom, and top to be given individual values.
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